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Brisbane Second Division Wrap-up for 23 June 2012

In Premier Grade, Easts Juniors continue in the lead on 19 points after beating Sunnybank 22-10.
Brisbane Second Division Wrap-up for 23 June 2012
by NRL

In Premier Grade, Easts Juniors continue in the lead on 19 points after beating Sunnybank 22-10. Gaters beat Aspley 25-10 to be on 18 points with Aspley staying on 16 points. Wynnum Juniors received a forfeit from Souths Juniors to move to 14 points and Carina stayed on 12 points, after being beaten 38-34 by Greenbank. Sunnybank is on 6 points, Souths Juniors are on 5 and Greenbank is on 4 points.

Pine Rivers had the bye in Northside 1 to move to 21 points, together with Dayboro, who beat Samford 40-12. Pine Central Holy Spirit beat Brothers Juniors 22-16 to go to 19 points, while Valleys beat Normanby 44-0 to move to 18 points. Brisbane Natives remain on 17 points, after being beaten 28-22 by Christian Lions. Brothers Juniors and Christian Lions share 14 points. Samford and Normanby share 8 points.

In Northside 2, Mitchelton beat Arana Hills 48-4 to stay in the competition lead on 22 points. Bayside Warriors beat Gaters 30-26 to go to 20 points, while Aspley beat Christian Lions 44-12 to go to 17 points. Deception Bay remains on 15 points after being beaten 38-18 by Banyo, who go to 14 points. Gaters are on 13 points, Arana Hills on 8 points and Christian Lions are on 5 points.

Bracken Ridge Bulls beat Valleys 30-10 in Northside 3 to go to 28 points on top of the competition ladder. Norths St Josephs had the bye to go to 25 points. Pine Rivers stay on 20 points after being beaten 30-28 by Mitchelton, who moves to 19 points, while Burpengary received a forfeit from Ferny Grove to go to 18 points. Valleys and Brighton share 15 points Brighton beat Banyo 28-8, while Pine Central beat Deception Bay 38-10 to move to 14 points. Ferny Grove is on 11 points, Banyo on 8 and Deception Bay on 7 points.

In Southside 1, Logan Brothers beat Capalaba 58-12 to stay in the competition lead on 25 points, while Mt Gravatt beat Souths Juniors 40-16 to be in second place on 22 points. Centenary beat Redlands 29-18 to be on 19 points, while Wests Inala beat Carina 44-16, leaving Capalaba on 12, Souths on 11, Redlands on 7, Inala on 5 and Carina on 3 points.

Bulimba Valleys continue in the lead in Southside 2, on 30 points, after beating Wynnum Juniors 64-6. St Brendans received a forfeit from the withdrawn Sunnybank to be 23 points, while Slacks Creek beat Rochedale 36-4 to be on 21 points. Beenleigh Bulls and Rochedale share 14 points after Beenleigh beat Logan Brother 25-18. Logan Brothers are on 10 points, Wynnum on 6 and Sunnybank on 4 points.

In Southside 3, Beenleigh Juniors lost their first match of the year at the hands of Mustangs Brothers, who beat them 11-10. Beenleigh remains on 30 points, with Mustangs moving to 22 points. St Brendans received a forfeit from Graceville to go to 21 points. Greenbank and North Stradbroke Island share 13 points after Greenbank beat Carina 30-26 and Stradbroke was beaten 30-26 by Capalaba. Carina is on 11 points, Capalaba on 7 and Graceville on 5 points.

Slacks Creek and Rochedale did not play in Southside 4, having already played their match as the Ted Beaumont Trophy. Slacks Creek stays in the competition lead on 26 points. Edens Landing and Logan Wanderers share 20 points after Edens Landing beat Capalaba 28-10 and Logan Wanderers beat Beenleigh 54-6. In the other match, Browns Plains beat Waterford 30-20, leaving Rochedale on 17 points, Browns Plains on 13, Waterford on 12, Capalaba on 10 and Beenleigh on 2 points.

In the Under 20 grade, Easts Juniors beat Aspley 22-10 to stay in the competition lead on 24 points Brothers Juniors beat Norths Juniors 42-18 to go to 23 points, Logan Brothers beat Waterford 44-0 to go to 21 points and St Brendans beat Redlands 28-10 to go to 18 points. Carina beat Brighton 30-28 to move to 13 points and Aspley stays on 11 points. Brighton and Redlands are both on 10 points, Waterford on 6 and Norths Juniors and Cannon Hill are both on 2 points, after Cannon Hill received a forfeit from the withdrawn Albany Creek.

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